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DF2 Summer Communist Tour

When
Thu Jan 3rd, 2019
Where

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Doors open
7:00pm
Gig starts
8:30pm
Entry
R18
Cover charge*
$20
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Dolphin Friendly, Debbie Fear, Molly and The Chromatics, and BAHVU.

Following their infamous sizzling New Zealand winter tour with sold out shows across the North and South Island, Dolphin Friendly and Debbie Fear have teamed up again to bring the people 7 shows of lethal proportion around the North Island for their Summer Communist Tour. The boys have mapped the road to smash gigs at all your summer hotspots, including key locations like Rhythm and Vines in Gisborne, Gun and Coco’s NYE Party in The Mount, and Waihi Beach Hotel in the Coromandel. After severely underestimating the level of preash from fans on their last tour, the team have gone all out and invested in a 25-seater bus to transport any frothing fan related pricks intent on joining the summer musical action, and quite frankly, just to have a fucking great time.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get anymore heated, they’re excited to announce their good mates and big hitter NZ bands Molly and The Chromatics, Mako Road, The Butlers, Mini Simmons, and BAHVU (house DJ) are to join them for a few shows along the way. The tour will consist predominately of large scale rage out Rock n Roll gigs, although they are pleased to announce their last gig of the tour at Bask in Cambridge will consist of an intimate unplugged acoustic set of all their classics and new material. Jump in on the summer action with the team at ya local, or even better on the bus, as they put on back to back’s for hell of a kiwi summer roadie in a beautiful communist style fashion.

Tags
alternative, dj, electronic, reggae/dub, rock, Dolphin Friendly, Debbie Fear, Molly and The Chromatics, BAHVU



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